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Albert Ashwood 

State Director 




Mary Fallin 

Governor 



State of Oklahoma 
Department of Emergency Management 



TO: 



FROM: 

DATE: 

SUBJECT: 



The Honorable Mary Fallin, Governor 

The Honorable Brian Bingman, Senate President Pro Tempore 

The Honorable Kris Steele, House Speaker Pro Tempore 

Albert Ashwood, Director Oklahoma Emergency Management 

Thursday, My 6,2011 

State Emergency Fund 




Pursuant to HB 2579, which ammends 63 O.S. 2001, Section 683.4, and became effective 
November 1, 2010, 1 respectfully submit my third quarterly report regarding the balance and 
outstanding obligations of the State Emergency Fund. 

Background: The State Emergency Fund is used by this department to match 12.5% of 
reimbursement to counties, cities, towns and eligible private non-profits for infrastructure damages 
receiving federal assistance under a Presidential Disaster Declaration. It is also used to cover 
infrastructure damages authorized by a Gubernatorial Disaster Declaration and extraordinary response 
costs requested by state agencies (i.e., National Guard helicopter missions for firefighting, stranded 
motorist assistance, etc.) 

As of June 30, 20 1 1 , all available funds have been transferred from the Office of State 

Finance and deposited into Oklahoma Emergency Management (OEM) funds. Therefore, the current 

State Emergency Fund balance is as follows: 



OEM Fund 200 
Transportation Damages 


3/31/11 Balance 


883,993.74 


Quarterly Expenditures 


238,811.37 


6/30/11 Balance 


645,182.37 



OEM Fund 424 
Non-Transportation Damages 


3/31/11 Balance 


1,022,689.18 


Quarterly Expenditures 


14,443.71 


6/30/11 Balance 


1,008,245.47 



Estimates of outstanding obligations are included on the next page. I have intentionally separated 
Electric COOPs from other eligible applicants and have advised them that they would be last to receive 
their state 12.5%, after counties, cities and towns. It should also be noted that these estimates will change 
as large projects (over $63,200) will be reimbursed after completion and to the actual dollar figure. 



Please contact me on my cell phone 



P.O. BOX 53365 • OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 731 52-3365 • 2401 N. LINCOLN {Will Rogers Building Tunnel) • OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 731 05 

405-521-2481 • FAX 405-521-4053 • www.oem.ok.gov 



anytime, should you have any questions.. 

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Oklahoma Emergency 
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State Emergency Fund Estimates 







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Severe Winter Storm 


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id/ /-Lm 


Z/ 1/ZUU/ 


541,890.10 


541,890.10 




Severe Winter Storm 


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7 /1 /inr»7 
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3,051,049.37 


4,078,279.07 


(427,229.70) 


Severe Winter Storm 


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1 7f)7 no 
1 /U/-Ur\ 


D/ //ZUU7 


94,656.32 


41,480.94 


53,175.38 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


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1/ ±Z-Dn 


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311,985.39 


54,703.05 


257,282.34 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


c 
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171 o p\D 

1/liS-UK 


8/Z4/2007 


1,289,327.36 


114,656.07 


1,174,671.29 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


7 


1/Z3-UR 


8/31/2007 




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- 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


s 


3280-EM 


12/10/2007 




- 


- 


Severe Winter Storm 


9 


1735-DR 


12/18/2007 


4,140,661.40 


3,917,997.78 


222,663.62 


Severe Winter Storm 


10 


1752-DR 


5/5/2008 


11,929.44 


- 


11,929.44 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


11 


1754-DR 


5/9/2008 


223,612.27 




223,612.27 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


12 


1756-DR 


5/14/2008 


3,269.55 


- 


3,269.55 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes 81 Flooding 


13 


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1//5-DR 


7/9/2008 


711,004.75 


711,004.75 


- 


Severe Storms and Flooding 


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14 


loUo-DR 


10/9/2008 


2,131.37 




2,131.37 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes & Flooding 


1 c 
15 


loZU-DR 


2/15/2009 


199.74 




199.74 


Severe Storms and Tornadoes 


lb 


1823-DR 


2/17/2009 


1,321,780.51 


623,548.37 


698,232.14 


Severe Winter Storm 


1 7 
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0/ iy/ zuuy 








Wildfires 


18 


3305-EM 


6/23/2009 








Snow 


19 


3308-EM 


1/30/2010 








Severe Winter Storm 


20 


1876-DR 


2/25/2010 


2,700,591.44 


214,081.09 


2,486,510.35 


Severe Winter Storm 


21 


1883-DR 


3/5/2010 


14,790,009.47 


8,158,343.00 


6,631,666.47 


Severe Winter Storm 


22 


1917-DR 


5/24/2010 


1,046,111.13 


525,955.51 


520,155.62 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes and Straight-Line Winds 


23 


1926-DR 


7/26/2010 


431,811.95 


26,231.45 


405,580.50 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes, Straight-Line Winds and Flooding 


24 


3316-EM 


2/2/2011 








Severe Winter Storm 








31,272,021.56 


19,008,171.18 


12,263,850.38 





Prepared July 2011 



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State Emergency Fund Estimates 







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Estimate 


electric COOPs 


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Applicants 


Description 




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31,272,021.56 


19,008,171.18 


12,263,850.38 






iy/u-UK 


4/22/2011 


1,370,888.00 


260,219.25 


1,110,668.75 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes and Straight-Line Winds 


ZD 


d nor r\ n 

1985-DR 


5/13/2011 


1,186,081.65 


109,596.34 


1,076,485.31 


Severe Winter Storm and Snow Storm 


27 


1988-DR 


5/27/2011 


1,076,289.88 


28,476.63 


1,047,813.25 


Severe Storms and Flooding 


28 


1989-DR 


6/6/2011 


1,127,204.75 


884,906.38 


242,298.37 


Severe Storms, Tornadoes, Straight-Line Winds and Flooding 


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36,032,485.84 


20,291,369.78 


15,741,116.06 





Prepared July 2011 



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